Updated 08/09/2021


Please note that we only vaccinate Plas Meddyg registered patients that are eligible for free NHS influenza vaccinations. Appointments must be pre-booked and are with a Nurse in dedicated clinics. Different vaccines are used for different groups.

WE WILL BE INVITING THESE GROUPS

Aged 65 and Over
Vaccine deliveries for the 65+ age group have been delayed and are not expected until the beginning of October. We shall send out invitations to this age group as soon as we have confirmed delivery dates (we are unlikely to send out these invitations until near the end of September).

Aged 18 – 64 in a Clinical Risk Group, or Pregnant, Carers, close contacts of immunocompromised individuals
We are aiming to send out invitations for these patients by 10/09/2021 for clinics starting at the end of September. These will be by text message, or if we don’t have a mobile number on the patient’s records then by letter.

Aged 3 - 17 on 31st August 2021 in a Clinical Risk Group
We will be inviting these patients as soon as we know that the appropriate nasal flu vaccine is available. These will be by text message, or if we don’t have a mobile number on the patient’s records then by letter.

Aged 2 – 3 on 31st August 2021
We will be inviting these patients as soon as we know that the appropriate nasal flu vaccine is available. These will be by text message, or if we don’t have a mobile number on the patient’s records then by letter.

WE MAY INVITE THIS GROUP


Aged 50 – 64 NOT in a Clinical Risk Group
We are NOT currently booking patients aged between 50 and 64 who are not in a special risk group. Although they are eligible, it is unlikely unfortunately that we will have sufficient stocks to vaccinate this cohort. If you require one and don’t hear from us, may we suggest that you book an appointment with a local pharmacy that offer the NHS flu vaccination service.

WE WON’T BE INVITING THIS GROUP

Aged 3 – 15 on 31st August 2021 NOT in a Clinical Risk Group
These patients should have at school, not at a GP surgery

 
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